- May 26, 2004
SAP says it is working on more native BlackBerry applications, but attendees at RIM's Wireless Enterprise Symposium questioned its strategy.
- May 19, 2004
CHICAGO -- Security was always the bugaboo that scared enterprises away from wireless data implementations. That changed in 1999, said Research In Motion (RIM) Ltd. president and co-CEO Mike Lazaridis, when his company launched the first iteration ...
- May 11, 2004
Attendees at TechTarget's Enterprise Messaging Decisions conference say that BlackBerrys and other wireless messaging devices are only getting more popular, but security is still a concern.
- May 03, 2004
Research In Motion Ltd.'s BlackBerry devices have become the BMWs of wireless e-mail. Now the company is licensing its e-mail client software to PalmSource Inc., Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications, Nokia, Microsoft and others. Can these handheld ...
- April 21, 2004
BlackBerry's ease of use has made it the standard by which all other mobile e-mail products are judged. With competitors crowding in, can BlackBerry stay on top?
- March 31, 2004
Research In Motion is working to make its BlackBerry platform friendly to developers, but an analyst says the company may face its share of challenges.
- February 04, 2004
Today there are a dizzying array of mobile platform choices, from Microsoft's .NET and Java, to niche frameworks offered by Pumatech Inc., Sybase's iAnywhere Solutions Inc., and others. But Jack Gold, a vice president with Stamford, Conn.-based Meta...
- August 18, 2003
Despite patent fights, lawsuits and growing competition, Research In Motion is maintaining its spot atop the enterprise mobile messaging market. But with its troubles far from over, an analyst offers advice for customers, and a user tells why ...
- June 19, 2003
At CeBit America 2003 Wednesday, speakers encouraged IT professionals to keep their wireless deployments simple, while focusing on ROI and flexibility.